Bioz Founder Dr. Karin Lachmi Wins Stevie Award for Female Entrepreneur of the Year

Founder of Disruptive Startup and Industr's First Search Engine for Life Science Experimentation Recognized for Entrepreneurship


PALO ALTO, Calif. - Nov. 22, 2016 - Bioz, Inc., developers of the world's first search engine for life science experimentation, today announced that founder and Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Karin Lachmi was named a Silver award winner for the 13th annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business. The Stevie Awards honors top female entrepreneurs and executives worldwide. Dr. Lachmi won for the Female Entrepreneur of the Year, Small Business category.


"It's truly an honor to be recognized among so many accomplished and outstanding women innovating in their respective fields across the globe," said Dr. Lachmi, founder and chief scientific officer at Bioz. "I'm grateful for the opportunity through my work at Bioz to prove what female leaders can accomplish and support other women-led businesses that are changing the world."


More than 160 professionals worldwide participated in the judging process and selected the 2016 Stevie Award winners. There were 1,400 nominations from individuals from organizations of all sizes and in virtually every industry submitted this year for consideration in more than 90 categories.


"Each year we think the quality of achievements portrayed in Stevie-winning nominations couldn't possibly get any better, and each year the amazing women who are recognized in this program prove us wrong," said Michael Gallagher, Stevie Awards founder and president. "We are thrilled and humbled to be able to recognize so many outstanding women in the Stevie Awards for Women in Business, and to share the stories of their achievement with the world."


Details about the Stevie Awards for Women in Business and the full list of 2016 Stevie Award winners are available at


Dr. Lachmi founded Bioz to accelerate scientific research and drug discovery. The Bioz cloud platform is the world's first search engine built for life science experimentation. The technology utilizes a patent-pending software architecture that taps the latest advances in Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Machine Learning (ML) to mine and structure hundreds of millions of pages of complex and unstructured scientific papers, placing an unprecedented amount of summarized scientific experimentation knowledge at researchers' fingertips.


Users also benefit from Bioz Stars, the industry's first unbiased rating system for life science products accelerating scientific discovery. The proprietary, multi-parameter algorithmic rating system is based on over a billion data points that have been extracted from tens of millions of peer-reviewed scientific articles using advanced NLP and ML technologies. The Bioz Star ratings guide researchers towards making the best, most well informed and transparent decisions possible, ensuring that their future experiments are better, quicker and more cost-effective.


The Bioz platform and Bioz Stars are available free to researchers and scientists. Visit, and start using Bioz today to find the best products for your experiments.



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About Bioz, Inc.

Bioz, Inc. offers the world's first search engine for life science experimentation. The patent-pending software platform combines the work of scientists with advanced Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Machine Learning (ML) to help life scientists in academia and biopharma make faster and smarter experimentation decisions, ultimately speeding up drug discovery and increasing the rate of success in finding cures for diseases. Founded in 2013 by Stanford research scientist, Karin Lachmi, Ph.D., and CEO Daniel Levitt, Bioz is a StartX accelerator company. Bioz is used by 75,000 researchers from over 5,000 universities and companies in189 countries. Try Bioz at


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